Player says he knows of at least one golfer who has used 'roids
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland -- Gary Player put steroids at the forefront of the British Open on Wednesday, saying golf has its head buried in a bunker if it thinks the sport is clean and he knows of one player using performance-enhancing drugs.
The nine-time major champion urged golf organizations to start random testing.
"It's absolutely essential that we do that," Player said at
Carnoustie, where he won the British Open in 1968. "We're dreaming
if we think it's not going ...
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